Kevin Phillips urged Rangers to refund fans for the games they will miss if the season is incomplete or played behind-closed-doors.
The former Sunderland and Aston Villa striker, speaking exclusively to Football Insider correspondent Dylan Childs, insisted fans deserve “a reward” for supporting the Gers home and away over the years.
Whilst the SPFL season hangs in the balance, it is almost certain fans will not be able to return to Ibrox until a vaccine for COVID-19 has been discovered.
Managing Director Stewart Robertson announced fans will receive a £25 voucher to spend at the club in the eventuality of the “season’s games not being completed in front of supporters”.
This 2019/20 season tickets cost between £372 and £724 and the voucher would not appear to equal the value lost by season-ticket holders in such an eventuality.
When asked by Football Insider if clubs should reimburse fans for each game they cannot attend, Phillips said: “Fans need to receive a full refund for the games they cannot attend.
“Things are tight out there. It would be a nice reward for these supporters who travel all over the world to watch Rangers.
“I know the club do not want to throw money away but sometimes you have to take a little hit.
“Reward them, give them money back for their season ticket – that is what I would be backing. It is about making the fans feel good about themselves.”
The lower leagues already having been declared finished following the controversial ballot last month.
Speaking to talkSPORT, Steven Gerrard was clearly eager for the Scottish Premiership to continue and urged the SPFL to not be rash in any decision.
In other Rangers news, it can be REVEALED that Gers have agreed terms for club-record commercial deal.